Indian consulate in Dubai issues warning about fake universities

The Indian consulate in Dubai has issued an advisory to Indian students studying in offshore campuses of Indian Universities in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) urging them to check that these campuses are duly recognised and accredited by the University Grants Commission (UGC) of India.
 

The Indian consulate in Dubai has issued an advisory to Indian students. Photo courtesy: Wikimedia
The Indian consulate in Dubai has issued an advisory to Indian students. Photo courtesy: Wikimedia

UGC is a statutory body set up by the Indian government tasked with coordination, determination and maintenance of standards of higher education in India. 

A list of universities deemed as ‘fake’ by the UGC can be found here.

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